Easy Polymer Clay Charm

Rhinstone Bear Charm Keychain

Rhinstone Bear Charm Keychain

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This is an easy tutorial and a great entry level polymer clay craft for beginner. Basically, anyone can do it and doesn’t have to be skilled to handle polymer clay. Even kids can do it but they will need adult’s help when baking / curing the polymer in an oven.

While shopping for craft materials few weeks ago, I accidentally stumbled upon some basic color polymer clays. As I shop around, I found some mini cookies cutters which is so cute that I can’t leave without buying them. What came straight to my mind was that I can make some easy keychain charm for my daughter. The keychain charm is for her water tumbler so that she can differentiate it if someone brought the same water tumbler to school.

Not only this polymer clay bear keychain charm, I made 4 other things with the polymer clay too.

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{CLICK HERE to get the Easy Polymer Clay Charm tutorial.}

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  1. Wow how great is that idea…. Thank you so much!!
    I really love your site!!!
    I about 4 weeks I’m not that busy anymore and wil try some crochet pieces!!!

  2. What a cute idea! I’m surprised the rinestones didn’t melt in the oven.

  3. This is awesome! I like to put some little badges onto my kiddo’s lunch box, so she can spot it right away. You know how sometimes kids have the same looking lunch boxes in school.
    Thank you – very creative and cute!
    ~ Iryna

  4. Do not use the same oven for eating as you use for crafting this clay it produces a gas that then sticks to the oven and may then permeate food that you cook.

  5. Think that colour clay would make some nice ginger bread men use for decorations etc

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  7. This is the best beginning polymer clay project I’ve ever seen and I’ve look at tons of them!

    I hope you approve, I have mentioned it on my site with links to your site for instructions and more photos. http://bubblegumpost.com/2012/08/easy-polymer-clay-charm/

    Kudos, again. This is really a great project and it’s inspired me to go out and buy some polymer clay and make a keychain for myself!

    Love your website.

  8. i would like to ask. where did u by all the craft thing in Malaysia. i hope u can reply this. Thank you :)

    • I don’t get all my supplies from Malaysia, but there are a few shops in Malaysia that sell a good coverage of craft supplies. PM me via contact form if you want to be more specific :)

  9. hurmm i don’t know how to send PM at u. via email or facebook ?

  10. Do you use special oven for polymer clay or just a normal oven?

  11. If you are going to use your regular oven, you should use a baking bag or something to contain the poison residual that forms from this clay. It is not safe to bake in an oven used for cooking food.

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